(review) Isaura by Ruth Silver

Isaura by Ruth Silver
Series: Aberrant #3
Release date: December 4th 2013
Publisher: LazyDay Publishing (ebook, see the cover below) (the one on the left was the paperback cover by Patchwork Press)
Pages: 176 (readmill)
Source: Netgalley (ebook)

SECRETS WILL BE REVEALED.

Olivia has little choice but to head into the dangerous Gravelands, as the new government wrestles with fixing the damage to society. If traveling through outlaw territory isn’t frightening enough, Olivia learns she has exposed her secret and is hunted by those she trusted. In a race against time, her life and those she loves are in jeopardy.


Isaura is the perfect way to end a trilogy.

to tell the truth, I wasn't expecting much from this last book. While the first book, Aberrant was awesome, the second book was not as good even though it still worth at least four stars. Isaura was packed with adventure. Time travel, magic powers, dystopia, super strength, you name it. Everything was there.

I could really feel Olivia growing throughout the trilogy. Here at the last book she was super bad-ass. She fights for everyone and for herself. This last book was all about running, and surviving. Olivia's live was anything but easy. One conflict solved another come crashing, not to mention the super vicious antagonist character who follows her. I won't spoil much from this book since it wasn't published yet, but all I'm going to say is "You should look forward for this." The other protagonists were awesome and super helpful. Joshua is sweeter than ever! I think I've fallen in love with another fictional character.

The writing style worth two thumbs up. The plot was well written and well explained. And my favorite part, everything was solved. It felt like a huge relief to read this book, like all those weight you got from those unsolved complications in the first and second book was lifted completely. It was simply the best ending ever. I'm so happy! Many thanks for Lazy Day Publishing for the copy! I still don't understand though, why would Ruth Silver name this book 'Isaura' when she's like the greatest enemy ever. I would've understand if it was 'Olivia' since she's the main character or even 'Joshua' because he's hot.

So overall, Isaura is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for you dystopian lovers.

P.S. Again, The cover above was the paperback ver, even though I'm reading the ebook I think the paperback cover was beautiful so why not use it here? here's the real cover by the way. It just felt right to put the real one somewhere in this post (the one on the left)




Rating:
5 EYES OPEN (5/5)

2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review Isaura.

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    1. You're very welcome! I really enjoyed reading it :-) thanks for the follow and for reading my review!

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